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HOME REPORT

6 LAUREL COURT

CAMBUSLANG

GLASGOW

G72 7BD

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ENERGY

PERFORMANCE

CERTIFICATE

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You can use this document to:

Energy Performance Certificate (EPC)

Dwellings

Scotland

6 LAUREL COURT, CAMBUSLANG, GLASGOW, G72 7BD Dwelling type: Detached house

Date of assessment: 25 January 2021 Date of certificate: 26 January 2021 Total floor area: 140 m2

Primary Energy Indicator: 144 kWh/m2/year

Reference number: 0112-2225-0493-2029-0761 Type of assessment: RdSAP, existing dwelling Approved Organisation: Elmhurst

Main heating and fuel: Boiler and radiators, mains gas

You can use this document to:

Compare current ratings of properties to see which are more energy efficient and environmentally friendly

Find out how to save energy and money and also reduce CO2 emissions by improving your home

Estimated energy costs for your home for 3 years

*

£2,388

Over 3 years you could save

*

£123

See your recommendations

report for more information

* based upon the cost of energy for heating, hot water, lighting and ventilation, calculated using standard assumptions

Very energy efficient - lower running costs Current Potential

A

(92 plus)

87

B

(81-91)

78

C

(69-80)

D

(55-68)

E

(39-54

F

(21-38)

G

(1-20)

Not energy efficient - higher running costs

Energy Efficiency Rating

This graph shows the current efficiency of your home, taking into account both energy efficiency and fuel costs. The higher this rating, the lower your fuel bills are likely to be.

Your current rating is band C (78). The average rating for EPCs in Scotland is band D (61).

The potential rating shows the effect of undertaking all of the improvement measures listed within your recommendations report.

Very environmentally friendly - lower CO2 emissions Current Potential

A

(92 plus)

84

B

(81-91)

76

C

(69-80)

D

(55-68)

E

(39-54

F

(21-38)

G

(1-20)

Not environmentally friendly - higher CO2 emissions

Environmental Impact (CO

2

) Rating

This graph shows the effect of your home on the environment in terms of carbon dioxide (CO2)

emissions. The higher the rating, the less impact it has on the environment.

Your current rating is band C (76). The average rating for EPCs in Scotland is band D (59).

The potential rating shows the effect of undertaking all of the improvement measures listed within your recommendations report.

Top actions you can take to save money and make your home more efficient

Recommended measures Indicative cost Typical savings over 3 years

1 Solar water heating £4,000 - £6,000 £123.00

2 Solar photovoltaic (PV) panels £3,500 - £5,500 £921.00

A full list of recommended improvement measures for your home, together with more information on potential cost and savings and advice to help you carry out improvements can be found in your recommendations report.

THIS PAGE IS THE ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE WHICH MUST BE AFFIXED TO THE DWELLING AND NOT BE REMOVED UNLESS IT IS REPLACED WITH AN UPDATED CERTIFICATE

To find out more about the recommended measures and other actions you could take today to stop wasting energy and money, visit greenerscotland.org or contact Home Energy Scotland on 0808 808 2282.

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Summary of the energy performance related features of this home

This table sets out the results of the survey which lists the current energy-related features of this home. Each element is assessed by the national calculation methodology; 1 star = very poor (least efficient), 2 stars = poor, 3 stars = average, 4 stars = good and 5 stars = very good (most efficient). The assessment does not take into consideration the condition of an element and how well it is working. ‘Assumed’ means that the insulation could not be inspected and an assumption has been made in the methodology, based on age and type of construction.

Element Description Energy Efficiency Environmental

Walls Timber frame, as built, insulated (assumed)

Roof Pitched, 200 mm loft insulation

Pitched, insulated (assumed)

Floor Solid, insulated (assumed)

Suspended, insulated (assumed)

Windows Fully double glazed

Main heating Boiler and radiators, mains gas

Main heating controls Programmer, room thermostat and TRVs

Secondary heating None

Hot water From main system

Lighting Low energy lighting in all fixed outlets

The energy efficiency rating of your home

Your Energy Efficiency Rating is calculated using the standard UK methodology, RdSAP. This calculates energy used for heating, hot water, lighting and ventilation and then applies fuel costs to that energy use to give an overall rating for your home. The rating is given on a scale of 1 to 100. Other than the cost of fuel for electrical appliances and for cooking, a building with a rating of 100 would cost almost nothing to run.

As we all use our homes in different ways, the energy rating is calculated using standard occupancy assumptions which may be different from the way you use it. The rating also uses national weather information to allow comparison between buildings in different parts of Scotland. However, to make information more relevant to your home, local weather data is used to calculate your energy use, CO2 emissions, running costs and the savings possible from making improvements.

The impact of your home on the environment

One of the biggest contributors to global warming is carbon dioxide. The energy we use for heating, lighting and power in our homes produces over a quarter of the UK’s carbon dioxide emissions. Different fuels produce different amounts of carbon dioxide for every kilowatt hour (kWh) of energy used. The Environmental Impact Rating of your home is calculated by applying these 'carbon factors' for the fuels you use to your overall energy use.

The calculated emissions for your home are 25 kg CO2/m²/yr.

The average Scottish household produces about 6 tonnes of carbon dioxide every year. Based on this assessment, heating and lighting this home currently produces approximately 3.5 tonnes of carbon dioxide every year. Adopting recommendations in this report can reduce emissions and protect the environment. If you were to install all of these recommendations this could reduce emissions by 1.0 tonnes per year. You could reduce emissions even more by switching to renewable energy sources.

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Recommendations Report

6 LAUREL COURT, CAMBUSLANG, GLASGOW, G72 7BD 26 January 2021 RRN: 0112-2225-0493-2029-0761

Estimated energy costs for this home

Current energy costs Potential energy costs

Heating £1,725 over 3 years £1,734 over 3 years

Hot water £366 over 3 years £234 over 3 years

Lighting £297 over 3 years £297 over 3 years

Totals £2,388 £2,265

You could

save £123

over 3 years

Potential future savings

These figures show how much the average household would spend in this property for heating, lighting and hot water. This excludes energy use for running appliances such as TVs, computers and cookers, and the benefits of any electricity generated by this home (for example, from photovoltaic panels). The potential savings in energy costs show the effect of undertaking all of the recommended measures listed below.

Recommendations for improvement

The measures below will improve the energy and environmental performance of this dwelling. The performance ratings after improvements listed below are cumulative; that is, they assume the improvements have been installed in the order that they appear in the table. Further information about the recommended measures and other simple actions to take today to save money is available from the Home Energy Scotland hotline which can be contacted on 0808 808 2282. Before carrying out work, make sure that the appropriate permissions are obtained, where necessary. This may include permission from a landlord (if you are a tenant) or the need to get a Building Warrant for certain types of work.

Recommended measures Indicative cost Typical savingper year Rating after improvement Energy Environment

C 79

C 78

B 87

B 84

1 Solar water heating £4,000 - £6,000 £41

2 Solar photovoltaic panels, 2.5 kWp £3,500 - £5,500 £307

Choosing the right improvement package

For free and impartial advice on choosing suitable measures for your property, contact the Home Energy Scotland hotline on 0808 808 2282 or go to www.greenerscotland.org.

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Low and zero carbon (LZC) energy sources are sources of energy that release either very little or no carbon dioxide into the atmosphere when they are used. Installing these sources may help reduce energy bills as well as cutting carbon.

LZC energy sources present: There are none provided for this home

Recommendations Report

26 January 2021 RRN: 0112-2225-0493-2029-0761

About the recommended measures to improve your home’s performance rating

This section offers additional information and advice on the recommended improvement measures for your home 1 Solar water heating

A solar water heating panel, usually fixed to the roof, uses the sun to pre-heat the hot water supply. This can significantly reduce the demand on the heating system to provide hot water and hence save fuel and money. Planning permission might be required, building regulations generally apply to this work and a building warrant may be required, so it is best to check these with your local authority. You could be eligible for Renewable Heat Incentive payments which could appreciably increase the savings beyond those shown on your EPC, provided that both the product and the installer are certified by the Microgeneration Certification Scheme (or equivalent). Details of local MCS installers are available at www.microgenerationcertification.org.

2 Solar photovoltaic (PV) panels

A solar PV system is one which converts light directly into electricity via panels placed on the roof with no waste and no emissions. This electricity is used throughout the home in the same way as the electricity purchased from an energy supplier. Planning permission might be required, building regulations generally apply to this work and a building warrant may be required, so it is best to check with your local authority. The assessment does not include the effect of any Feed-in Tariff which could appreciably increase the savings that are shown on this EPC for solar photovoltaic panels, provided that both the product and the installer are certified by the Microgeneration Certification Scheme (or equivalent). Details of local MCS installers are available at

www.microgenerationcertification.org.

Low and zero carbon energy sources

Your home's heat demand

You could receive Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) payments and help reduce carbon emissions by replacing your existing heating system with one that generates renewable heat and, where appropriate, having your loft insulated and cavity walls filled. The estimated energy required for space and water heating will form the basis of the payments. For more information go to www.energysavingtrust.org.uk/scotland/rhi.

Heat demand Existing dwelling Impact of loft insulation

Impact of cavity wall insulation

Impact of solid wall insulation

Space heating (kWh per year) 10,404 N/A N/A N/A

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Recommendations Report

6 LAUREL COURT, CAMBUSLANG, GLASGOW, G72 7BD 26 January 2021 RRN: 0112-2225-0493-2029-0761

About this document

This Recommendations Report and the accompanying Energy Performance Certificate are valid for a maximum of ten years. These documents cease to be valid where superseded by a more recent assessment of the same building carried out by a member of an Approved Organisation.

The Energy Performance Certificate and this Recommendations Report for this building were produced following an energy assessment undertaken by an assessor accredited by Elmhurst (www.elmhurstenergy.co.uk), an Approved Organisation Appointed by Scottish Ministers. The certificate has been produced under the Energy Performance of Buildings (Scotland) Regulations 2008 from data lodged to the Scottish EPC register. You can verify the validity of this document by visiting www.scottishepcregister.org.uk and entering the report reference number (RRN) printed at the top of this page.

Assessor's name: Mr. Alan Cunningham Assessor membership number: EES/009362

Company name/trading name: D M Hall Chartered Surveyors LLP

Address: 151/153 Kilmarnock Road

Glasgow Shawlands G41 3JE

Phone number: 0141 636 4141

Email address: enquiries@dmhall.co.uk Related party disclosure: No related party

If you have any concerns regarding the content of this report or the service provided by your assessor you should in the first instance raise these matters with your assessor and with the Approved Organisation to which they belong. All Approved Organisations are required to publish their complaints and disciplinary procedures and details can be found online at the web address given above.

Use of this energy performance information

Once lodged by your EPC assessor, this Energy Performance Certificate and Recommendations Report are available to view online at www.scottishepcregister.org.uk, with the facility to search for any single record by entering the property address. This gives everyone access to any current, valid EPC except where a property has a Green Deal Plan, in which case the report reference number (RRN) must first be provided. The energy performance data in these documents, together with other building information gathered during the assessment is held on the Scottish EPC Register and is available to authorised recipients, including organisations delivering energy efficiency and carbon reduction initiatives on behalf of the Scottish and UK governments. A range of data from all assessments undertaken in Scotland is also published periodically by the Scottish Government. Further information on these matters and on Energy Performance Certificates in general, can be found at www.gov.scot/epc.

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Advice and support to improve this property

There is support available, which could help you carry out some of the improvements recommended for this property on page 3 and stop wasting energy and money.For more information, visit greenerscotland.org or contact Home Energy Scotland on 0808 808 2282.

Home Energy Scotland’s independent and expert advisors can offer free and impartial advice on all aspects of energy efficiency, renewable energy and more.

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SINGLE

SURVEY

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survey report on:

6 LAUREL COURT, CAMBUSLANG, GLASGOW, G72 7BD 25th January 2021 GR210109/AEC 6 LAUREL COURT CAMBUSLANG GLASGOW G72 7BD Mr Ian King 6 Laurel Court Cambuslang Glasgow G72 7BD DM Hall LLP 25th January 2021

Single Survey

Property address Customer Customer address Prepared by Date of inspection

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PART 1 - GENERAL

1.1

THE SURVEYORS

The Seller has engaged the Surveyors to provide the Single Survey Report and a generic Mortgage Valuation Report for Lending Purposes. The Seller has also engaged the Surveyors to provide an Energy Report in the format prescribed by the accredited Energy Company.

The Surveyors are authorised to provide a transcript or retype of the generic Mortgage Valuation Report on to Lender specific pro-forma. Transcript reports are commonly requested by Brokers and Lenders. The transcript report will be in the format required by the Lender but will contain the same information, inspection date and valuation figure as the generic Mortgage Valuation Report and the Single Survey. The Surveyors will decline any transcript request which requires the provision of information additional to the information in the Report and the generic Mortgage Valuation Report until the Seller has conditionally accepted an offer to purchase made in writing.

Once the Seller has conditionally accepted an offer to purchase made in writing, the Purchaser's lender or conveyancer may request that the Surveyors provide general comment on standard appropriate supplementary documentation. In the event of a significant amount of documentation being provided to the Surveyors, an additional fee may be incurred by the Purchaser. Any additional fee will be agreed in writing.

If information is provided to the Surveyors during the conveyancing process which materially affects the valuation stated in the Report and generic Mortgage Valuation Report, the Surveyors reserve the right to reconsider the valuation. Where the Surveyors require to amend the valuation in consequence of such information, they will issue an amended Report and generic Mortgage Valuation Report to the Seller. It is the responsibility of the Seller to ensure that the amended Report and generic Mortgage Valuation Report are transmitted to every prospective Purchaser.

The individual Surveyor will be a member of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors who is competent to survey, value and report upon Residential Property .

If the Surveyors have had a previous business relationship within the past two years with the Seller or Sellers Agent or relative to the property, they will be obliged to indicate this by ticking the adjacent box. The Surveyors have a written complaints handling procedure. This is available from the offices of the Surveyors at the address stated.

THE REPORT

The Surveyors will not provide an amended Report on the Property, except to correct factual inaccuracies.

The Report will identify the nature and source of information relied upon in its preparation.

The Surveyor shall provide a Market Value of the Property, unless the condition of the Property is such that it would be inappropriate to do so. A final decision on whether a loan will be granted rests with the Lender who may impose retentions in line with their lending criteria. The date of condition and value of the property will be the date of inspection.

To date, Purchasers have normally obtained their own report from their chosen Surveyor. By contrast, a Single Survey is instructed by the Seller and made available to all potential Purchasers in the expectation that the successful Purchaser will have relied upon it. The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors rules require disclosure of any potential conflict of interest when acting for the Seller and the Purchaser in the same transaction. The Single Survey may give rise to a conflict of interest and if this is of concern to any party they are advised to seek their own independent advice.

1Which shall be in accordance with the current RICS Valuation Standards (The Red Book) and RICS Rules of Conduct.

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The Report and any expressions or assessments in it are not intended as advice to the Seller or Purchaser or any other person in relation to an asking price or any other sales or marketing decisions. The Report is based solely on the Property and is not to be relied upon in any manner whatsoever when considering the valuation or condition of any other property.

If certain minor matters are mentioned in the Report it should not be assumed that the Property is free of other minor defects.

Neither the whole nor any part of the Report may be published in any way, reproduced or distributed by any party other than the Seller, prospective purchasers and the Purchaser and their respective professional advisers without the prior written consent of the Surveyors.

LIABILITY

The Report is prepared with the skill and care reasonably to be expected of a competent residential surveyor who is a member of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors.

The Report is addressed to the Seller and was prepared in the expectation that it (or a complete copy) along with these Terms and Conditions (or a complete copy) would (or, as the case might be, would have been) be disclosed and delivered

to:-The Surveyors acknowledge that their duty of skill and care in relation to the Report is owed to the Seller and to the Purchaser. The Surveyors accept no responsibility or liability whatsoever in relation to the Report to persons other than the Seller and the Purchaser. The Seller and Purchaser should be aware that if a Lender seeks to rely on this Report they do so at their own risk. In particular, the Surveyors accept no responsibility or liability whatsoever to any Lender in relation to the Report. Any such Lender relies upon the Report entirely at their own risk.

GENERIC MORTGAGE VALUATION REPORT

The Surveyors undertake to the Seller that they will prepare a generic Mortgage Valuation Report, which will be issued along with the Single Survey. It is the responsibility of the Seller to ensure that the generic Mortgage Valuation Report is provided to every potential Purchaser.

TRANSCRIPT MORTGAGE VALUATION FOR LENDING PURPOSES

The Surveyors undertake that on being asked to do so by a prospective purchaser, or his/her professional advisor or Lender, they will prepare a Transcript Mortgage Valuation Report for Lending Purposes on terms and conditions to be agreed between the Surveyors and Lender and solely for the use of the Lender and upon which the Lender may rely. The decision as to whether finance will be provided is entirely a matter for the Lender. The Transcript Mortgage Valuation Report will be from information contained in the Report and the generic Mortgage Valuation Report.

2Which shall be in accordance with the current RICS Valuation Standards (The Red Book) and RICS Rules of Conduct

Terms and Conditions

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1.5

the Seller;

any person(s) noting an interest in purchasing the Property from the Seller;

any person(s) who make(s) (or on whose behalf is made) an offer to purchase the Property, whether or not that offer is accepted by the Seller;

the Purchaser; and

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INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY

All intellectual property rights whatsoever (including copyright) in and to the Report, excluding the headings and rubrics, are the exclusive property of the Surveyors and shall remain their exclusive property unless they assign the same to any other party in writing.

PAYMENT

The Surveyors are entitled to refrain from delivering the Report to anyone until the fee and other charges for it notified to the Seller have been paid. Additional fees will be charged for subsequent inspections and Reports.

CANCELLATION

The Seller will be entitled to cancel the inspection by notifying the Surveyor's office at any time before the day of the inspection.

The Surveyor will be entitled not to proceed with the inspection (and will so report promptly to the Seller) if after arriving at the property, the Surveyor concludes that it is of a type of construction of which the surveyor has insufficient specialist knowledge to be able to provide the inspection satisfactorily. The Surveyor will also be entitled not to proceed if after arriving at the property, the surveyor concludes that the property is exempt under Part 3 of The Housing (Scotland) Act 2006 as detailed in the (Prescribed Documents) Regulations 2008. If there is a potential threat to their health or personal safety, the inspection may be postponed or cancelled, at the Surveyor's discretion. In the case of cancellation or the inspection not proceeding, the Surveyor will refund any fees paid by the Seller for the inspection and Report, except for expenses reasonably incurred and any fee due in light of the final paragraph of this section.

In the case of cancellation by the Seller, for whatever reason, after the inspection has taken place but before a written report is issued, the Surveyor will be entitled to raise an Invoice equivalent to 80% of the agreed fee.

PRECEDENCE

If there is any incompatibility between these Terms and Conditions and the Report, these Terms and Conditions take precedence.

DEFINITIONS

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the "Lender" is the party who has provided or intends or proposes to provide financial assistance to the Purchaser towards the purchase of the Property and in whose favour a standard security will be granted over the Property;

the "Transcript Mortgage Valuation Report for Lending Purposes" means a separate report, prepared by the Surveyor, prepared from information in the Report and the generic Mortgage Valuation Report, but in a style and format required by the Lender. The Transcript Mortgage Valuation Report for Lending Purposes will be prepared with the skill and care reasonably to be expected from a surveyor who is a member of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors and who is competent to survey, value and report on the Property;

the "Generic Mortgage Valuation Report" means a separate report, prepared by the Surveyor from information in the Report but in the Surveyor's own format;

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PART 2 - DESCRIPTION OF THE REPORT

THE SERVICE

The Single Survey is a Report by an independent Surveyor, prepared in an objective way regarding the condition and value of the Property on the day of the inspection, and who is a member of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors. It includes an Energy Report as required by Statute and this is in the format of the accredited Energy Company. In addition, the Surveyor has agreed to supply a generic Mortgage Valuation Report.

THE INSPECTION

The Inspection is a general surface examination of those parts of the Property which are accessible: in other words, visible and readily available for examination from ground and floor levels, without risk of causing damage to the Property or injury to the Surveyor.

All references to visual inspection refer to an inspection from within the property at floor level and from ground level within the site and adjoining public areas, without the need to move any obstructions. Any references to left or right are taken facing the front of the property.

The Inspection is carried out with the Seller's permission, without causing damage to the building or contents. Furniture, stored items and insulation are not moved.

Unless identified in the report the Surveyor will assume that no harmful or hazardous materials have been used in the construction. The presence or possible consequences of any site contamination will not be researched.

Terms and Conditions

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the "Market Value" is the estimated amount for which a property should exchange on the date of valuation between a willing buyer and a willing seller in an arm's-length transaction after proper marketing wherein the parties had each acted knowledgeably, prudently and without compulsion;

the "Property" is the property which forms the subject of the Report;

the "Purchaser" is the person (or persons) who enters into a contract to buy the Property from the Seller;

a "prospective Purchaser" is anyone considering buying the Property;

the "Report" is the report, of the kind described in Part 2 of these Terms and Conditions and in the form set out in part 1 of Schedule 1 of the Housing (Scotland) Act 2006 (Prescribed Documents) Regulations 2008;

the "Seller" is/are the proprietor(s) of the Property;

the "Surveyor" is the author of the Report on the Property; and

the "Surveyors" are the firm or company of which the Surveyor is an employee, director, member or partner (unless the Surveyor is not an employee, director, member or partner, when the "Surveyors" means the Surveyor) whose details are set out at the head of the Report.

the "Energy Report" is the advice given by the accredited Energy Company, based on information collected by the Surveyor during the Inspection, and also includes an Energy Performance Certificate, in a Government approved format.

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The Surveyor will not carry out an asbestos inspection, and will not be acting as an asbestos inspector in completing a Single Survey of properties that may fall within the Control of Asbestos in the

Workplace Regulations. In the case of flats it will be assumed that there is a duty holder, as defined in the Regulations and that a Register of Asbestos and effective Management Plan is in place, which does not require any expenditure, or pose a significant risk to health. No enquiry of the duty holder will be made.

THE REPORT

The Report will be prepared by the Surveyor who carried out the property inspection and will describe various aspects of the property as defined by the headings of the Single Survey report with the

comments being general and unbiased. The report on the location, style and condition of the property, will be concise and will be restricted to matters that could have a material effect upon value and will omit items that, in the Surveyor's opinion, are not significant. If certain minor matters are mentioned, it should not be interpreted that the property is free of any other minor defects.

Throughout the report, the following repair categories will be used to give an overall opinion of the state of repair and condition of the property.

WARNING:

If left unattended, even for a relatively short period, Category 2 repairs can rapidly develop into more serious Category 3 repairs. The existence of Category 2 or Category 3 repairs may have an adverse effect on marketability, value and the sale price ultimately achieved for the property. This is

particularly true during slow market conditions when the effect can be considerable.

Parts of the property, which cannot be seen or accessed, will not be reported upon and this will be stated. If the Surveyor suspects that a defect may exist within an unexposed area and which could have a material effect upon the value, he may recommend further investigation by specialist contractors.

SERVICES

Surveyors are not equipped or qualified to test the services and therefore no comment can be interpreted as implying that the design, installation and function of the services are in

accordance/compliance with regulations, safety and efficiency expectations. However, comment is made where there is cause to suspect significant defects or shortcomings with the installations. No tests are made of any services or appliances.

ACCESSIBILITY

A section is included to help identify the basic information interested parties need to know to decide whether to view a property.

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2.4

2.5

1. 2. 3.

Category 3: Urgent repairs or replacement are needed now. Failure to deal with them may cause problems to other parts of the property or cause a safety hazard. Estimates for repairs or

replacement are needed now.

Category 2: Repairs or replacement requiring future attention, but estimates are still advised.

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ENERGY REPORT

A section is included that makes provision for an Energy Report, relative to the property. The

Surveyor will collect physical data from the property and provide such data in a format required by an accredited Energy Company. The Surveyor cannot of course accept liability for any advice given by the Energy Company.

VALUATION AND CONVEYANCER ISSUES

The last section of the Report contains matters considered relevant to the Conveyancer (Solicitor). It also contains the Surveyor's opinion both of the market value of the property and of the re-instatement cost, as defined below.

"Market Value" is the estimated amount for which a property should exchange on the date of valuation between a willing buyer and a willing seller in an arm's-length transaction after proper marketing wherein the parties had each acted knowledgeably, prudently and without compulsion. In arriving at the opinion of the Market Value, the Surveyor also makes various standard assumptions covering, for example, vacant possession; tenure and other legal considerations; contamination and hazardous materials; the condition of un-inspected parts; the right to use mains services; and the exclusion of curtains, carpets etc. from the valuation. In the case of flats, the following further assumptions are made that:

Any additional assumption, or any found not to apply, is reported.

"Re-instatement cost" is an estimate for insurance purposes of the current cost of rebuilding the Property in its present form unless otherwise stated. This includes the cost of rebuilding the garage and permanent outbuildings, site clearance and professional fees, but excludes VAT (except on the fees).

Sellers or prospective Purchasers may consider it prudent to instruct a reinspection and revaluation after a period of 12 weeks (or sooner if appropriate) to reflect changing circumstances in the market and/or in the physical condition of the Property.

Terms and Conditions

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2.7

There are rights of access and exit over all communal roadways, corridors, stairways etc. and to use communal grounds, parking areas, and other facilities;

There are no particularly troublesome or unusual legal restrictions;

There is no current dispute between the occupiers of the flats or any outstanding claims or losses; and the costs of repairs to the building are shared among the co-proprietors on an equitable basis.

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This section tells you about the type, accommodation, neighbourhood, age and construction of the property. It also tells you about the extent of the inspection and highlights anything that the surveyor could not inspect.

All references to visual inspection refer to an inspection from within the property without moving any obstructions and externally from ground level within the site and adjoining public areas. Any references to left or right in a description of the exterior of the property refer to the view of someone standing facing that part of the property from the outside.

The inspection is carried out without causing damage to the building or its contents and without endangering the occupiers or the surveyor. Heavy furniture, stored items and insulation are not moved. Unless identified in the report the surveyor will assume that no harmful or hazardous materials or techniques have been used in the construction. The presence or possible consequences of any site contamination will not be researched.

Services such as TV/cable connection, internet connection, swimming pools and other leisure facilities etc. will not be inspected or reported on.

1. Information and scope of inspection

Description

Accommodation

Gross internal floor area (m²)

Neighbourhood and location

Age

Weather

Chimney stacks

Roofing including roof space

Altered/extended detached villa, two storeys in height.

GROUND FLOOR : Entrance hall, living room, sitting room, double bedroom, dining sized kitchen, utility room and toilet.

FIRST FLOOR : Landing, four further bedrooms with master having en-suite shower room and family bathroom.

Approximately 140 m² or thereby.

The subjects are located at the head of a residential cul-de-sac comprising a variety of house types in an established residential area within Cambuslang, to the south east of Glasgow's city centre. Convenient for access to all local amenities and facilities.

Built circa 2003. The vendor has advised the property has been altered/extended within the last eight years.

Dry, bright and cold. A period of icy weather preceded by visit.

No chimney stacks.

Sloping roofs were visually inspected with the aid of binoculars where appropriate.

Flat roofs were visually inspected from vantage points within the property and where safe and reasonable to do so from a 3m ladder externally.

Roof spaces were visually inspected and were entered where there was safe and reasonable access, normally defined as being from a 3m ladder within the property.

If this is not possible, then physical access to the roof space may be taken by other means if the Surveyor deems it safe and reasonable to do so.

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Rainwater fittings

Main walls

Windows, external doors and joinery

External decorations

Single Survey

The main roof is timber pitched, ridged and clad with concrete tiles. The rear extension and front single storey projection are also pitched and tiled. The bay window formations have pitched roofs clad with metal or similar. Ridge and hip details are tiled.

Access to the main roof space is from a ceiling hatch in the landing. There is a retractable ladder. The roof is of timber construction with roofing felt linings. Insulation has been installed between the ceiling joists. Part of the roof space has been floored for informal storage purposes.

Visually inspected with the aid of binoculars where appropriate.

Gutters and downpipes are of PVC design.

Visually inspected with the aid of binoculars where appropriate.

Foundations and concealed parts were not exposed or inspected.

Modern timber framed wall construction comprising a structural timber framed inner leaf and an outer leaf of pointed facing brickwork. The extension is also of timber framed construction comprising a structural timber frame inner leaf and an outer leaf of pointed facing brickwork. The damp proof course is not visible and assumed to be of a felt design.

Internal and external doors were opened and closed where keys were available.

Random windows were opened and closed where possible.

Doors and windows were not forced open.

WINDOWS : uPVC framed double glazed windows.

EXTERNAL DOORS : The subjects are entered at the front through a timber framed double glazed door. In the utility room there is a similar timber framed double glazed door. Both the sitting room and extension have uPVC framed double glazed French doors leading to the rear garden. JOINERY : External joinery is of low maintenance uPVC.

Visually inspected.

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Conservatories / porches

Communal areas

Garages and permanent outbuildings

Outside areas and boundaries

Ceilings

Internal walls

Floors including sub floors

Internal joinery and kitchen fittings

Not applicable.

Not applicable.

Visually inspected.

No garage or garage space. Monoblock surfaced front garden providing off street car parking. At the side there is an attached garden shed.

Visually inspected.

Front and rear gardens in keeping with the age and character of the property. The gardens are surfaced with monoblock, lawn, timber decking, flower borders and stone chips with concrete slab

pathways. Boundaries are defined by brick wall, timber fencing and metal fencing.

Visually inspected from floor level.

Plasterboard design with cornice coving features to some apartments.

Visually inspected from floor level.

Using a moisture meter, walls were randomly tested for dampness where considered appropriate.

Plasterboard.

Surfaces of exposed floors were visually inspected. No carpets or floor coverings were lifted.

Sub-floor areas were inspected only to the extent visible from a readily accessible and unfixed hatch by way of an inverted "head and shoulders" inspection at the access point.

Physical access to the sub floor area may be taken if the Surveyor deems it is safe and reasonable to do so, and subject to a minimum clearance of 1m between the underside of floor joists and the solum as determined from the access hatch.

Solid concrete/suspended timber joists supporting compressed chipboard panels. Floors are covered with carpet, laminate or tiles.

Built-in cupboards were looked into but no stored items were moved.

Kitchen units were visually inspected excluding appliances.

Internal joinery is of timber. Interior doors are timber panelled and glass timber panelled units. The extended dining sized kitchen comprises modern work surfaces and a range of floor and wall mounted units. The kitchen has a stainless steel sink unit with drainer, gas hob and integral appliances. The utility room has a

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Chimney breasts and fireplaces

Internal decorations

Cellars

Electricity

Gas

Water, plumbing, bathroom fittings

Heating and hot water

Single Survey

work surface, floor and wall mounted units, stainless steel sink unit and integral appliances.

No chimney breasts or fireplaces.

Visually inspected.

Predominantly painted/papered ceiling and wall surfaces. Fully wall tiled family bathroom, en- suite shower room and toilet apartment.

No cellar.

Accessible parts of the wiring were visually inspected without removing fittings. No tests whatsoever were carried out to the system or appliances. Visual inspection does not assess any services to make sure they work properly and efficiently and meet modern standards. If any services are turned off, the surveyor will state that in the report and will not turn them on.

Mains supply with the meter and switchgear in the ground floor bedroom cupboard.

Accessible parts of the system were visually inspected without removing fittings. No tests whatsoever were carried out to the system or appliances. Visual inspection does not assess any services to make sure they work properly and efficiently and meet modern standards. If any services are turned off, the surveyor will state that in the report and will not turn them on.

Mains supply with the meter located externally.

Visual inspection of the accessible pipework, water tanks, cylinders and fittings without removing any insulation.

No tests whatsoever were carried out to the system or appliances.

Mains supply. The family bathroom comprises a white low level W.C., wash hand basin and panelled bath with shower over. Similarly the en-suite shower room has a white low level W.C., wash hand basin and shower cubicle. The toilet apartment having no natural light is mechanically ventilated and comprises a white low level W.C. and wash hand basin.

Accessible parts of the system were visually inspected apart from communal systems, which were not inspected.

No tests whatsoever were carried out to the system or appliances.

In the ground floor bedroom cupboard there is a 'Glow Worm' gas fired central heating boiler which supplies steel panelled radiators and also provides domestic hot water via an insulated hot water cylinder located in the landing cupboard.

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Drainage

Fire, smoke and burglar alarms

Any additional limits to inspection

Drainage covers etc. were not lifted.

Neither drains nor drainage systems were tested.

Assumed connected to the mains public sewerage system.

Visually inspected.

No tests whatsoever were carried out to the system or appliances.

Smoke detector and burglar alarm visible.

Currently the property is occupied, fully furnished and all floors covered. The presence of furniture, floor coverings and personal belongings restricted my internal inspection. These items have not been disturbed or moved.

Given the nature of the ground floor there is no sub floor to inspect. My inspection of the roof space is restricted due to the presence of insulation and storage items. In keeping with Health and Safety Directives insulation has not been disturbed.

Parts of the property, which are covered, unexposed or inaccessible, cannot be guaranteed to be free from defect.

I have not carried out an inspection for Japanese Knotweed and unless otherwise stated, for the purposes of the valuation I have assumed that there is no Japanese Knotweed or other invasive plants within the boundaries of the property or in neighbouring properties.

The report does not include an asbestos inspection. However asbestos was widely used in the building industry until around 2000, when it became a banned substance. If the possibility of asbestos based products has been reported within the limitations of the inspection and you have concerns you should engage a qualified asbestos surveyor.

Random testing for dampness was undertaken internally with the use of a moisture meter where accessible and considered appropriate.

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This section identifies problems and tells you about the urgency of any repairs by using one of the following three categories:

2. Condition

Urgent repairs or replacement are needed now. Failure to deal with them may cause problems to other parts of the property or cause a safety hazard. Estimates for repairs or replacement are needed now.

Repairs or replacement requiring future attention, but estimates are still advised.

No immediate action or repair is needed.

Structural movement

Repair category 1

No obvious evidence of significant movement noted within the limitations of my inspection.

Notes

Dampness, rot and infestation

Repair category 1

No obvious evidence of significant dampness, rot or wood boring insect infestation. Notes Chimney stacks Repair category -No chimney stacks. Notes

Roofing including roof space

Repair category 1

Affected by general ageing and weathering. Moss growths may retain unwanted moisture.

Concrete tiles are typically guaranteed for 30 years but have a reasonable life expectation around 50/60 years according to the BRE. Life expectancy will often depend on weathering and damage from the prevailing weather. A reputable roofing contractor can advise on life expectancy and repair/replacement costs. Notes

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Rainwater fittings

Repair category 1

Vegetation is noted to some sections of guttering. The regular cleaning of the rainwater goods will be necessary to prevent blockage.

Notes

Main walls

Repair category 1

No significant defects evident. Notes

Windows, external doors and joinery

Repair category 2

Misting is noted to a double glazed window unit in the master bedroom indicative of a blown double glazed sealed unit. Condensation between the panes of glass can occur without warning and may only be seen in certain weather conditions.

There is decayed timber surrounds to the utility external door opening. Notes

External decorations

Repair category 1

No significant defects evident. Notes Conservatories/porches Repair category -None. Notes Communal areas Repair category -Not applicable. Notes

Garages and permanent outbuildings

Repair category

-None. Notes

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Outside areas and boundaries

Repair category 1

No significant defects evident. Notes

Ceilings

Repair category 1

No significant defects evident. Notes

Internal walls

Repair category 1

No significant defects evident. Notes

Floors including sub-floors

Repair category 1

No visual defects. Notes

Internal joinery and kitchen fittings

Repair category 1

No significant defects evident. Notes

Chimney breasts and fireplaces

Repair category

-None. Notes

Internal decorations

Repair category 1

No significant defects evident. Notes

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6 LAUREL COURT, CAMBUSLANG, GLASGOW, G72 7BD 25th January 2021 GR210109/AEC Cellars Repair category -No cellar. Notes Electricity Repair category 1 No visual defects.

It is recommended that all electrical installations be checked every five years or on change of ownership to keep up to date with frequent changes in Safety Regulations. Further advice will be available from a qualified NICEIC/ SELECT registered Contractor. It should be appreciated that only recently constructed or rewired properties will have installations which fully comply with IEE regulations. Notes

Gas

Repair category 1

No visual defects.

Trade bodies governing gas installations currently advise that gas appliances should be tested prior to change in occupancy and thereafter at least once a year by a Gas Safe registered contractor. It is assumed that gas appliances comply with relevant regulations.

Notes

Water, plumbing and bathroom fittings

Repair category 1

No visual defects.

Seals around baths/shower areas are frequently troublesome. Failure to seals can result in dampness/decay to concealed areas.

Notes

Heating and hot water

Repair category 1

No visual defects.

It is assumed that the heating and hot water systems have been properly serviced and maintained on a regular basis and installed in accordance with the relevant regulations.

Notes

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Drainage

Repair category 1

No significant defects evident. Notes

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Set out below is a summary of the condition of the property which is provided for reference only. You should refer to the previous comments for detailed information.

Remember

The cost of repairs may influence the amount someone is prepared to pay for the property. We recommend that relevant estimates and reports are obtained in your own name.

Warning

If left unattended, even for a relatively short period, Category 2 repairs can rapidly develop into more serious Category 3 repairs. The existence of Category 2 or Category 3 repairs may have an adverse effect on marketability, value and the sale price ultimately achieved for the property. This is particularly true during slow market conditions where the effect can be considerable.

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Single Survey

Urgent repairs or replacement are needed now. Failure to deal with them may cause problems to other parts of the property or cause a safety hazard. Estimates for repairs or replacement are needed now.

Repairs or replacement requiring future attention, but estimates are still advised.

No immediate action or repair is needed.

Category 3

Category 2 Category 1

Structural movement 1

Dampness, rot and infestation 1

Chimney stacks

-Roofing including roof space 1

Rainwater fittings 1

Main walls 1

Windows, external doors and joinery 2

External decorations 1

Conservatories/porches

-Communal areas

-Garages and permanent outbuildings

-Outside areas and boundaries 1

Ceilings 1

Internal walls 1

Floors including sub-floors 1

Internal joinery and kitchen fittings 1

Chimney breasts and fireplaces

-Internal decorations 1

Cellars

-Electricity 1

Gas 1

Water, plumbing and bathroom fittings 1

Heating and hot water 1

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Guidance notes on accessibility information

Three steps or fewer to a main entrance door of the property:

In flatted developments the 'main entrance' would be the flat's own entrance door, not the external door to the communal stair. The 'three steps or fewer' are counted from external ground level to the flat's entrance door. Where a lift is present, the count is based on the number of steps climbed when using the lift.

Unrestricted parking within 25 metres:

For this purpose, 'Unrestricted parking' includes parking available by means of a parking permit. Restricted parking includes parking that is subject to parking restrictions, as indicated by the presence of solid yellow, red or white lines at the edge of the road or by a parking control sign, parking meters or other coin-operated machines.

3. Accessibility information

1. Which floor(s) is the living accommodation on? Ground

2. Are there three steps or fewer to a main entrance door of the property?

3. Is there a lift to the main entrance door of the property?

4. Are all door openings greater than 750mm?

5. Is there a toilet on the same level as the living room and kitchen?

6. Is there a toilet on the same level as a bedroom?

7. Are all rooms on the same level with no internal steps or stairs?

8. Is there unrestricted parking within 25 metres of an entrance door to the building?

X X X X X X X Yes No Yes No Yes No Yes No Yes No Yes No Yes No

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This section highlights information that should be checked with a solicitor or licensed conveyancer. It also gives an opinion of market value and an estimated reinstatement cost for insurance purposes.

4. Valuation and conveyancer issues

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The property has been altered/extended to include the conversion of the original integral garage, the creation of a rear single storey extension and associated changes. It is assumed all necessary Local Authority and other consents have been obtained for alterations and the appropriate documentation, including Building Warrants and Completion Certificates issued. If any works did not require consent then it is assumed they meet the standards required by the Building Regulations or are exempt.

It is assumed all double glazed window units have been installed in accordance with Regulations in force at that time.

£290,000 ( Two Hundred and Ninety Thousand Pounds).

It should be noted this sum is an estimate calculated by using a rate per square metre based on information provided by Building Cost Information Service (BCIS).

£260,000 (Two Hundred and Sixty Thousand Pounds).

Signed Report author Company name Address Date of report

Single Survey

Matters for a solicitor or licensed conveyancer

Estimated reinstatement cost for insurance purposes

Valuation and market comments

Security Print Code [478354 = 6729 ] Electronically signed

Alan E Cunningham

DM Hall LLP

151 Kilmarnock Road, Glasgow, G41 3JF

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Permanent outbuildings:

None of significance.

Property Address

Address 6 LAUREL COURT, CAMBUSLANG, GLASGOW, G72 7BD Seller's Name Mr Ian King

Date of Inspection 25th January 2021

Property Details

Property Type

Property Style

Does the surveyor believe that the property was built for the public sector, e.g. local authority, military, police?

Flats/Maisonettes only Floor(s) on which located No. of floors in block No. of units in block

Approximate Year of Construction 2003

Tenure

Ground rent £ Unexpired years

Accommodation

Number of Rooms

Gross Floor Area (excluding garages and outbuildings) Residential Element (greater than 40%)

Garage / Parking / Outbuildings

Available on site?

Lift provided?

X Absolute Ownership Leasehold

X House Bungalow Purpose built maisonette Converted maisonette Purpose built flat Converted flat Tenement flat Flat over non-residential use

Other (specify in General Remarks) X Detached Semi detached Mid terrace End terrace

Back to back High rise block Low rise block Other (specify in General Remarks) Yes X No

Yes No

2 Living room(s) 5 Bedroom(s) 1 Kitchen(s)

2 Bathroom(s) 3 WC(s) 1 Other (Specify in General remarks) 140 m² (Internal) 163 m² (External) X Yes No

Single garage Double garage X Parking space No garage / garage space / parking space X Yes No

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Based on visual inspection only. If any services appear to be non-mains, please comment on the type and location of the supply in General Remarks.

Brief description of Central Heating:

Apparent legal issues to be verified by the conveyancer. Please provide a brief description in General Remarks. Gas fired boiler with radiators.

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Has the property suffered structural movement? If Yes, is this recent or progressive?

Is there evidence, history, or reason to anticipate subsidence, heave, landslip or flood in the immediate vicinity?

If Yes to any of the above, provide details in General Remarks.

Service Connections Drainage Water Electricity Gas Central Heating Site Location Planning Issues

Has the property been extended / converted / altered? If Yes provide details in General Remarks.

Roads

Mortgage Valuation Report

Rights of way Shared drives / access Garage or other amenities on separate site Shared service connections Ill-defined boundaries Agricultural land included with property Other (specify in General Remarks) Residential suburb X Residential within town / city Mixed residential / commercial Mainly commercial

Commuter village Remote village Isolated rural property Other (specify in General Remarks)

X Made up road Unmade road Partly completed new road Pedestrian access only Adopted Unadopted Brick Stone Concrete X Timber frame Other (specify in General Remarks) X Tile Slate Asphalt Felt Other (specify in General Remarks)

Yes X No Yes No Yes X No

X Mains Private None X Mains Private None X Mains Private None X Mains Private None X Yes Partial None

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Overall the subjects were found to be in generally satisfactory condition having regard to its age, type and construction with no obvious significant defects evident that would adversely affect security or value.

The house is well presented. Maintenance repairs were identified typical for a house of this age and type whilst capable of remedy during a programme of planned maintenance.

The property has been altered/extended to include the conversion of the original integral garage, the creation of a rear single storey extension with external timber decking and associated changes. It is assumed all necessary Local Authority and other consents have been obtained for alterations and the appropriate documentation, including Building Warrants and Completion Certificates issued. If any works did not require consent then it is assumed they meet the standards required by the Building Regulations or are exempt.

At the time of inspection the subjects were occupied, furnished and floors covered.

OTHER ACCOMMODATION : Utility room.

None apparent.

General Remarks

Essential Repairs

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We confirm the subjects form suitable security for mortgage purposes at the stated level of value and subject to individual Lenders criteria.

(to include the cost of total rebuilding, site clearance, professional fees, ancillary charges plus VAT)

month Short Assured Tenancy basis?

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Comment on Mortgageability

Valuations

Market value in present condition £ 260,000

Market value on completion of essential repairs £ N/A

Insurance reinstatement value £ 290,000

Is a reinspection necessary?

Buy To Let Cases

What is the reasonable range of monthly rental income for the property assuming a letting on a 6 £

Is the property in an area where there is a steady demand for rented accommodation of this type?

Declaration

Signed Security Print Code [478354 = 6729 ] Electronically signed

by:-Surveyor's name Alan E Cunningham Professional qualifications BSc MRICS

Company name DM Hall LLP

Address 151 Kilmarnock Road, Glasgow, G41 3JF Telephone 0141 636 4141

Fax 0141 632 5473 Report date 27th January 2021

Mortgage Valuation Report

Yes X No

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PROPERTY

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Property address

1

Property Questionnaire

Seller(s) Donna Everett

Completion date of property questionnaire 24/1/2021 6,

LAUREL COURT, CAMBUSLANG, GLASGOW, G72 7BD

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Note for sellers

Information to be given to prospective buyer(s)

Please complete this form carefully. It is important that your answers are correct.

The information in your answers will help ensure that the sale of your house goes smoothly. Please answer each question with as much detailed information as you can.

If anything changes after you fill in this questionnaire but before the date of entry for the sale of your house, tell your solicitor or estate agent immediately.

How long have you owned the property? 17 years

Which Council Tax band is your property in? (Please circle)

What are the arrangements for parking at your property?

(Please tick all that apply) 1. Length of ownership

2. Council tax

3. Parking

Garage

Allocated parking space

Driveway

Shared parking

On street

Resident permit

Metered parking

Other (please specify):

4. Conservation area

Is your property in a designated Conservation Area (i.e. an area of special architectural or historical interest, the character or appearance of which it is desirable to preserve or enhance)?

Yes / No / Don't know

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Property Questionnaire

5. Listed buildings

6. Alterations/additions/extensions

(iii) Please describe the changes made to the windows, doors or patio doors (with approximate dates when the work was completed):

New patio doors

Please give any guarantees which you received for this work to your solicitor or estate agent. Yes / No a. Yes / No Yes / No b. Yes / No Yes / No Yes / No Is your property a Listed Building, or contained within one (i.e. a building

recognised and approved as being of special architectural or historical interest)?

(i) During your time in the property, have you carried out any structural alterations, additions or extensions (for example, provision of an extra bath/shower room, toilet, or bedroom)?

If you have answered yes, please describe below the changes which you have made:

Rear extension and garage conversion

(ii) Did you obtain planning permission, building warrant, completion certificate and other consents for this work?

If you have answered yes, the relevant documents will be needed by the purchaser and you should give them to your solicitor as soon as possible for checking.

If you do not have the documents yourself, please note below who has these documents and your solicitor or estate agent will arrange to obtain them:

Have you had replacement windows, doors, patio doors or double glazing installed in your property?

If you have answered yes, please answer the three questions below:

(i) Were the replacements the same shape and type as the ones you replaced?

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7. Central heating

8. Energy Performance Certificate

9. Issues that may have affected your property

a. Yes / No / Partial b. c. Yes / No d. Yes / No a. Yes / No Yes / No b. Yes / No

Is there a central heating system in your property? (Note: a partial central heating system is one which does not heat all the main rooms of the property -the main living room, -the bedroom(s), -the hall and -the bathroom).

If you have answered yes / partial - what kind of central heating is there? (Examples: gas-fired, solid fuel, electric storage heating, gas warm air).

Gas fired

2003

When was your central heating system or partial central heating system installed?

Do you have a maintenance contract for the central heating system?

If you have answered yes, please give details of the company with which you have a maintenance contract:

Scottish Gas

10/2020

When was your maintenance agreement last renewed? (Please provide the month and year).

Does your property have an Energy Performance Certificate which is less than 10 years old?

Has there been any storm, flood, fire or other structural damage to your property while you have owned it?

If you have answered yes, is the damage the subject of any outstanding insurance claim?

Are you aware of the existence of asbestos in your property?

If you have answered yes, please give details:

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10. Services

a. Please tick which services are connected to your property and give details of the supplier:

Gas /

liquid petroleum gas

Water mains / private water supply

Electricity Mains drainage Telephone Cable TV / satellite Broadband b. Yes / No c. Yes / No / Don't know d. Yes / No

Services Connected Supplier

Bulb

Scottish Water

Bulb

South Lanarkshire Council

Sky

Sky

Sky

Is there a septic tank system at your property?

If you have answered yes, please answer the two questions below:

(i) Do you have appropriate consents for the discharge from your septic tank?

(ii) Do you have a maintenance contract for your septic tank?

If you have answered yes, please give details of the company with which you have a maintenance contract:

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11. Responsibilities for Shared or Common Areas

12. Charges associated with your property

a. Yes / No / Don't Know b. Yes / No / Not applicable c. Yes / No d. Yes / No e. Yes / No f. Yes / No a. Yes / No

Are you aware of any responsibility to contribute to the cost of anything used jointly, such as the repair of a shared drive, private road, boundary, or garden area?

If you have answered yes, please give details:

Is there a responsibility to contribute to repair and maintenance of the roof, common stairwell or other common areas?

If you have answered yes, please give details:

Has there been any major repair or replacement of any part of the roof during the time you have owned the property?

Do you have the right to walk over any of your neighbours' property - for example to put out your rubbish bin or to maintain your boundaries?

If you have answered yes, please give details:

As far as you are aware, do any of your neighbours have the right to walk over your property, for example to put out their rubbish bin or to maintain their boundaries?

If you have answered yes, please give details:

As far as you are aware, is there a public right of way across any part of your property? (public right of way is a way over which the public has a right to pass, whether or not the land is privately-owned.)

If you have answered yes, please give details:

Is there a factor or property manager for your property?

If you have answered yes, please provide the name and address, and give details of any deposit held and approximate charges:

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